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Should the Internet Remain a Sales Tax Haven? (29K)
Michael Mazerov
Revised 12/23/99, 8pp.

Nickles Minimum Wage Bill Includes Costly Tax Cuts That Could Harm Lower-Wage Workers (26K)
Iris J. Lav
11/8/99, 8pp.

Congressional Actions Would Not Avoid A Non-Social Security Deficit in 2000 But Social Security Would Not Be Raided or Harmed (26K)
James Horney and Robert Greenstein
11/1/99, 6pp.

Criticism of CBPP Pension Analysis Rests on Selective Use of Data And Leaves Misleading Impressions (52K)
Peter Orszag, Iris J. Lav, and Robert Greenstein
10/28/99, 13pp.

Spending a Non-Existent Surplus (39K)
James Horney
Revised 10/26/99, 7pp.

Tax Cuts in Lazio Minimum Wage Bill Overwhelmingly Benefit High-Income Taxpayers (19K)
Iris J. Lav
10/19/99, 6pp.

Exacerbating Inequities in Pension Benefits: An Analysis of The Pension Provisions in The Tax Bill (10K)
Peter Orszag, Iris Lav, and Robert Greenstein
10/8/99, 3pp.

Tax Provisions in "Quality Care for the Uninsured Act" Largely Benefit High-Income Taxpayers And Do Not Help Most Uninsured (20K)
Iris J. Lav
10/6/99, 4pp.

Tax Cuts That May Be Added to Minimum Wage Bill Demand Careful Scrutiny (12K)
Iris J. Lav
10/1/99, 4pp.

A Small Non-Social Security Deficit In Fiscal Year 2000 Would Not Adversely Affect Social Security (8K)
Robert Greenstein and Jim Horney
9/17/99, 11pp.

Statement of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities To the Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce (27K)
Michael Mazerov
9/14/99, 11pp.

The Widening Income Gulf (36K)
Isaac Shapiro and Robert Greenstein
9/4/99, 2pp.

Tax Bill Contains Only Modest Benefits For Middle Class Despite Its High Cost (63K)
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
8/20/99, 17pp.

Congressional Action Points to a Non-Social Security Deficit of More than $20 Billion in Fiscal Year 2000: Actions Undercut Credibility of Promise to Finance the Tax Bill with Large Reductions in Appropriated Programs (38K)
James Horney and Robert Greenstein
8/12/99, 10pp.

Conference Agreement Tax Cut Would Cost $2.6 Trillion in Second 10 Years (14K)
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
8/6/99, 4pp.

Beyond The Rhetoric: What The Clinton Budget And The Republican Budget Plan Really Propose For Appropriated: Is the Administration Proposing Substantial New Spending? (13K)
James Horney and Robert Greenstein
8/5/99, 4pp.

VA-HUD Appropriations Bill Would Cut Low-Income Housing And Other Programs To Help Pave The Way For An Unaffordable Tax Cut (14K)
Jeff Lubell
8/3/99, 4pp.

Creative Arithmetic to Justify $800 Billion Tax Cut Does Not Withstand Scrutiny (14K)
Robert Greenstein
7/29/99, 4pp.

Analyses by Treasury, The Joint Tax Committee, And Citizens For Tax Justice All Show House Tax Bill Heavily Tilted Toward Wealthy (30K)
Isaac Shapiro and Robert Greenstein
Revised 7/29/99, 9pp.

Is The Senate Finance Committee Tax Bill A Middle-Class Tax Cut? (42K)
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
7/29/99, 12pp.

Is The Roth Proposal A Middle-Class Tax Cut? (35K)
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
Revised 7/28/99, 11pp.

Is an $800 Billion Tax Cut Fiscally Responsible? (16K)
Robert Greenstein and Jim Horney
7/22/99, 5pp.

Joint Tax Committee Distribution Tables Fail to Include Most of the Upper-Income Tax Cuts in the Roth Package: Figures in the Tables Have Little Meaning As a Result (12K)
Robert Greenstein and Iris J. Lav
7/21/99, 4pp.

Ways and Means Tax Cut Would Cost $2.8 Trillion in Second 10 Years (4K)
Iris J. Lav
Revised 7/20/99, 1pp.

Eliminating The Estate Tax: A Costly Benefit For The Wealthiest Americans (15K)
Iris J. Lav
Revised 7/20/99, 5pp.

Roth Tax Cut Would Cost Over $2 Trillion in Second 10 Years (5K)
Iris J. Lav
7/19/99, 2pp.

Health Insurance Tax Deductions Cannot Help Most Uninsured (22K)
Iris J. Lav and Cindy Mann
7/12/99, 7pp.

Coverdell-Torricelli Proposal To Boost 15% Tax Bracket Would Primarily Benefit Higher-Income Families, Not The Middle Class (18K)
Iris J. Lav
7/1/99, 4pp.

Feinstein-Grassley Marriage Penalty Relief Leaves out Working Poor and Near Poor Families (64K)
Iris J. Lav
6/29/99, 4pp.

Bill To Raise Income Ceiling On 15 Percent Tax Bracket Would Primarily Benefit Higher-Income Families, Not The Middle Class (18K)
Iris J. Lav
6/21/99, 4pp.

Alleviating Marriage Penalties in the EITC (6K)
Iris J. Lav
6/10/99, 2pp.

Extending Marriage-Penalty Relief To Working Poor and Near Poor Families (32K)
Iris J. Lav
6/10/99, 9pp.

Tax Foundation Figures Produce Misleading and Inaccurate Impressions of Middle Class Tax Burdens (48K)
Iris J. Lav, Isaac Shapiro, Robert Greenstein
Revised, 5/10/99, 7pp.

Taxes on Middle-Income Families Are Declining (66K)
Iris J. Lav
Revised, 5/10/99, 8pp.

Republican Tax Plan Risks New On-Budget Deficits After 2009 (7K)
Iris J. Lav and Sam Elkin
3/17/99, 2pp.

Wendell Primus' Testimony on Tax Cuts (22K)
Wendell Primus
3/4/99, 7pp.

Information and Misinformation About Federal Tax Burdens (54K)
Iris J. Lav
1/21/99, 5pp.

Proposed 10% Tax Rate Cut Would Provide Little Relief to Millions of Families (6K)
Robert Greenstein and Iris J. Lav
1/21/99, 2pp.

The Internet Tax Freedom Act's "Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce": Preserving Flexibility to Consider All Options (18K)
Michael Mazerov
9/25/98, 6pp.

Despite Increases in Tax Receipts, Archer Tax Bill Would Be Funded with Social Security Revenues (8K)
Sam Elkin and Robert Greenstein
9/25/98, 2pp.

Understanding the Joint Tax Committee Report on the Distributional Effects of the Archer Bill (8K)
Iris J. Lav and Alan Berube
9/17/98, 2pp.

Archer Tax Proposal Uses Social Security Funds For Inefficient and Poorly Targeted Tax Cuts (42K)
Iris J. Lav
9/16/98, 10pp.

Marriage Penalties and Bonuses in the Income Tax (16K)
Iris J. Lav and Alan Berube
9/11/98, 34pp.

The Budget Surplus, Tax Cuts, and Social Security. a.k.a.: What Surplus? (30K)
Samuel Elkin and Robert Greenstein
Revised 8/3/98, 10pp.

Medical Savings Account Proposal Poses Serious Risks to Insurance Market and to Less Healthy Individuals While Providing New Tax Shelter for High-Income Taxpayers (9K)
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
7/21/98, 3pp. 98-097
$3.00

IRS Reform Bill Includes New Salvo of Tax Cuts for Wealthy (17K)
Iris J. Lav
6/26/98, 5pp. 98-082
$3.00

Roth Amendment Health Insurance Tax Deduction Benefit Higher-Income, Already-Insured Families (8K)
Iris J. Lav
5/20/98, 6pp. 98-070
$3.00

The Impact of the Kasich Budget Plan (37K)
Robert Greenstein and Sam Elkin
5/19/98 12pp. 98-073
$3.00

Using IRA Tax Break To Fund IRS Reform Leaves Revenue Hole When Baby Boomers Retire (24K)
Iris J. Lav
5/15/98, 8pp. 98-058
$3.00

Are Health Insurance Tax Deductions A Wise Use of Tobacco Tax Revenues? (20K)
Iris J. Lav and Cindy Mann
5/98, 6pp. 98-056
$3.00

Tax Foundation Figures Produce Misleading and Inaccurate Impressions of Middle Class Tax Burdens (60K)
Iris J. Lav, Isaac Shapiro, Robert Greenstein
4/98, 14pp. 98-035
$4.00

Don't Let the Tax Foundation Figures Persuade You Otherwise: Taxes on Households in the Middle Income Spectrum are Neither Exceptionally High nor Rising (60K)
Iris J. Lav, Isaac Shapiro, Robert Greenstein
4/98, 2pp.
$1.00

Proposed Constitutional Amendment Would Impede Deficit Reduction and Protect Special Interest Tax Breaks (48K)
4/98, 14pp. 98-034
$4.00

Setting the Record Straight: A Response to the Tax Foundation's Response (31K)
Iris J. Lav
4/98, 9pp. 98-031
$2.00

New Research Findings on the Effects of the Earned Income Tax Credit (70K)
Robert Greenstein and Isaac Shapiro
3/98, 24pp. 98-022
$7.00

The Debate Over Tax Levels: How Much Does A Typical Family Pay? (30K)
Iris J. Lav
3/98, 15pp. 98-023
$5.00

Strengths of the Safety Net: How the EITC, Social Security, and Other Government Programs Affect Poverty (7K)
Kathryn Porter, Wendell Primus, Lynette Rawlings, Esther Rosenbaum
3/98, 80pp. 98-020
$10.00

Taxpayers Will Have New Tax Cuts Even If No Additional Reductions Are Enacted (7K)
Iris J. Lav
1/98 3pp.98-006
$3.00

Trends in the Distribution of After-Tax Income: An Analysis of Congressional Budget Office Data ( 26K)
Isaac Shapiro and Robert Greenstein
9/97. 9pp. 97-115
$3.00

Looking at the Details of the New Budget Legislation: Social Program Initiatives Decline Over Time While Upper-Income Tax Cuts Grow (127K)
Robert Greenstein
8/97 14pp. 97-114
$4.00

The Final Tax Bill: Assessing the Long-Term Costs and the Distribution of Tax Benefits (33K)
Iris J. Lav
8/97 10pp. 97-108
$3.00

Distribution of Budget Agreement's Tax Cuts Far More Similar to Congressional Bills Than to President' Plan (10K)
Isaac Shapiro
7/97 5pp. 97-107
$3.00

Republican Tax Offer is More Backloaded and at Least as Skewed to High-Income Individuals as the House and Senate Tax Bills (22K)
Iris J. Lav
7/97 7pp. 97-099
$3.00

The Clinton Tax Plan (49K)
Robert Greenstein and Iris J. Lav
7/97 12pp. 97-084
$4.00

Robbins Analysis of House Tax Bill Distribution Omits Most Tax Cuts That Benefit Higher-Income Taxpayers (13K)
Iris J. Lav
7/97 4pp. 97-089
$3.00

Treasury Department Data Indicate the Current Congressional Tax Bills are Tilted at Least as Much Toward Upper-Income Families as the Tax Cuts Vetoed in 1995
Isaac Shapiro and Iris J. Lav
7/97 6pp. 97-085
$3.00

Do Criticisms of the Treasury Department's Distributional Analyses Have Merit? Why Treasury and Joint Tax Committee Analyses Differ (31K)
Robert Greenstein and Iris J. Lav
7/97 8pp. 97-086
$3.00

Congressional Research Service Analysis Supports Treasury Estimates of Effects of Tax Bills (8K)
Robert Greenstein
7/97 2pp. 97-090
$3.00

Senate Tax Plan: Backloading Holds Down Near-Term Costs; Provisions Benefiting Higher-Income Taxpayers Explode in Future Years (27K)
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
7/97 9pp . 97-075
$3.00

Comments on Deloitte and Touche Study
6/97 2pp. 97-093
$3.00

Senate Child Tax Credit Takes Credit Away From Four Million Children in Near-Poor and Lower-Middle-Income Working Families (30K)
Isaac Shapiro and Robert Greenstein
6/97 7pp. 97-076
$3.00

Families Denied Child Tax Credit by Ways and Means Proposal Are Working Families that Typically Pay Significant Amounts in Taxes (32K)
Isaac Shapiro and Robert Greenstein
6/97 8pp. 97-077
$3.00

The Tax and Entitlement Changes Approved by House Committees: The Impact on Families in Different Income Categories (156K)
Wendell Primus and Kathryn Larin
6/97 36pp. 97-074
$7.00

Ways and Means Committee Tax Plan Makes Heavy Use of Devices to Keep Costs of Upper-Income Tax Cuts Artificially Low in Early Years (44K)
Robert Greenstein, Iris J. Lav and Isaac Shapiro
6/97 14pp. 97-066
$4.00

Joint Tax Committee Distribution Tables Produce Misleading Results (15K)
Isaac Shapiro
6/97 5pp.97-067
$3.00

Additional Information on the Proposed Change in the Child Tax Credit
Kathryn Larin and Bob Greenstein
6/97 4pp . 97-062
$3.00

Increasing the Health Insurance Deduction for the Self-Employed Would Eat Up Funds While Doing Little to Insure More Children
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
6/97 6pp. 97-064
$3.00

Correcting Flaws in the Work Opportunity Tax Credit Related to Food Stamp Recipients Subject to the Three Month Cut-off
Stacy Dean
6/97 6pp. 97-081
$3.00

The Consequences of Eliminating the EITC for Childless Workers
Robert Greenstein
4/97 3pp. 97-044
$3.00

Estate Tax Cuts Would Benefit Wealthiest Americans: Targeted Changes Could Help Family Businesses and Farms (22K)
Iris J. Lav
4/97 7pp. 97-032
$3.00

Behind the Numbers: An Examination of the Tax Foundation's Tax Day Report (33K)
Isaac Shapiro
4/97 11pp. 97-024
$4.00

Unconstitutional Budget Balancing: The Constitutional Amendment on Revenues Would Bar the "Coalition" Budget Plan
Robert Greenstein
This analysis, as well as 97-020 and 97-019, examine a proposed constitutional amendment to require a two-thirds vote by the House and Senate for any bill that raises federal revenues.
4/97 2pp. 97-021
$3.00

Proposed Constitutional Amendment on Revenues Would Impede Deficit Reduction and Protect Special Interest Tax Breaks (31K)
4/97 10pp. 97-020
$3.00

Proposed Constitutional Amendment Revenues Would Make It More Difficult to Address the Long-Term Social Security and Medicare Crises
3/97. 2pp. 97-019
$3.00

Senate Leadership Tax Proposals: Mushrooming Tax Cuts for High-Income Taxpayers Would Jeopardize Long-Term Budget Integrity (15K)
Iris J. Lav
3/97. 53pp. 97-012
$7.00

28 Million Poor and Lower-Middle Income Children Would Not Qualify for Dole Child Tax Credit ( 18K)
Kathryn Larin and Robert Greenstein
9/1996. 6pp. 96-081
$3.00

Additional Information on the Proposed Child Tax Credit (20K)
Kathryn Larin and Robert Greenstein
9/1996. 6pp. 96-083
$3.00

Twisted Tales: Overstating the Taxes the Typical Household Pays (32K)
Richard Kogan
9/1996. 14pp. 96-082
$4.00

Budget Reductions Under the Dole Tax Plan (2K)
Richard Kogan
9/1996. 13pp. 96-080
$4.00

Taxes: The Highest in History? (15K)
Kathryn Larin and Richard Kogan
8/1996. 6pp. 96-076
$3.00

MSA Demonstration: Research Suggests Controls Needed to Prevent Adverse Effect on Insurance Market
Iris J. Lav
7/1996. 15pp. 96-068
$4.00

Typical Americans, "Tax Day," and the Tax Foundation
Richard Kogan
5/1996. 8pp. 96-033
$3.00

The 4.3 Cent Gas Tax, "Tax Freedom Day," and the Minimum Wage
5/1996. 3pp. 96-042
$3.00

The Consequences of Eliminating the EITC for Workers Not Raising Children
4/1996. 5pp. 96-041
$3.00

7.7 Million Households -- Including 3.3 Million Families with Children -- Would Be Worse Off Due to Conference EITC Cuts, Even After the Benefits From the New Child Tax Credit are Considered
4/1996. 3pp. 96-031
$3.00

Who Will Use Medical Savings Accounts and Why Will They Use Them?
Iris J. Lav
4/1996. 3pp. 96-035
$3.00

Change in Joint Tax Methodology Yields Large Understatements of Gains to High-Income Taxpayers from Capital Gains Cuts
February 1996. 10pp. 96-014
$3.00

Reconciliation Bill Tax Breaks for Upper-Income Taxpayers Mushroom After 2002
Iris J. Lav
11/1995. 7pp. 95-144
$3.00

Only About Half of Children Receive Full Child Tax Credit: Those Denied Credit Heavily Concentrated in Low-Income Families
11/1995. 2pp. 95-145
$3.00

Will Corporate Welfare Be Reined In? Congressional Action Related to Business Subsidies
11/1995. 16pp. 95-123
$4.00

The House Child Income Tax Credit: Who Would Be Helped
Isaac Shapiro
10/1995. 7pp. 95-038
$3.00

The Roth-Breaux IRA Proposal
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
9/1995. 20pp. 95-109
$5.00

CBO Lowers EIC Outlay Estimates by More than $18 Billion From 1962 to 2002
9/1995. 4pp. 95-105
$3.00

Misperceptions About EITC Error Rates
9/1995. 11pp. 95-061
$3.00

An Unraveling Consensus?: An Analysis of the Effect of the New Congressional Agenda on the Working Poor
Isaac Shapiro and Sharon Parrott
7/1995. 52pp. 95-093
$8.00

The Earned Income Tax Credit: A Target for Budget Cuts?
Robert Greenstein
6/1995. 45pp. 95-079
$7.00

The Roth-Nickles Proposal to Reduce the EITC by $66 Billion
6/1995. 7pp. 95-109
$3.00

Is the EITC Growing at a Rate That is "Out of Control"?
5/1995. 2pp. 95-062
$3.00

Joint Tax Committee Data on Tax Bill Benefits Distribution Affected by Calculation Change, Choice of Presentation
Iris Lav
4/1995. 5pp. 95-071
$3.00

Assessing the First 100 Days: The Combined Distributional Effects of the House Spending and Tax Proposals
Isaac Shapiro, Richard Kogan and Pauline Abernathy
4/1995. 22pp. 95-040
$6.00

Assessing the Gregg Option to End the Indexation of the Earned Income Tax Credit
4/1995. 7pp. 95-044
$3.00

The Earned Income Credit and Marriage Penalties
4/1995. 6pp. 95-048
$3.00

The Contract With America Proposal: Assessing the Long-Term Impact
Iris Lav, Cindy Mann and Pauline Abernathy
11/1994. 30pp. 94-021
$6.00

Taxing Means-Tested Benefits
Robert Greenstein
3/1994. 7pp. 94-023
$6.00

The Earned Income Credit Provisions of the New Budget Law
Robert Greenstein
8/1993. 6pp. 95-048
$3.00

The New Budget Reconciliation Law: Progressive Deficit Reduction And Critical Social Investments
Paul Leonard and Robert Greenstein
8/1993. 20pp. 93-014
$7.00

The Earned Income Credit and Black Workers
Sharon Parrott and Robert Greenstein
7/1993. 9pp. 93-016
$3.00

The Earned Income Credit and Hispanic Workers
Sharon Parrott and Robert Greenstein
7/1993. 9pp. 93-017
$3.00

Making Work Pay: The Unfinished Agenda
Isaac Shapiro and Robert Greenstein
5/1993. 68pp. 93-005
$8.00

The Clinton EITC Proposal: How It Would Work and Why It is Needed
Robert Greenstein
4/1993. 8pp. 93-018
$3.00

Offsetting the Effects of Regressive Tax Increases on Low- and Moderate-Income Households
Robert Greenstein and Frederick C. Hutchinson
1/1993. 18pp. 93-019
$8.00

The Gingrich Tax Plan
Robert Greenstein
12/1991. 10pp. 93-016
$3.00

The New IRA Proposals: Who Would Gain From Them?
Robert Greenstein
6/1991. 13pp. 91-005
$3.00
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